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- Puppet Heads to the Enterprise: A Discussion with Luke Kanies
Linux.com: "Puppet has come a long way since its early days as an alternative to cfengine. The open source configuration management system has grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years, and is now officially taking on the enterprise."
- CodeWeavers CrossOver ComeToTheLight sale has been extended
Wine-Reviews: "Codeweavers offers downloads of its Crossover Games for $39.95 and Crossover Professional for $69.95 but if you apply coupon code "ComeToTheLight" this will drop CrossOver Games to $29.96 And Crossover Professional to $52.46 That's 25% off the normal retail selling price."
- Mozilla Prism goes Chromeless
Netstat -vat: "Back in 2007, Mozilla launched the Prism effort to create web applications that could run on the desktop. Essentially Prism offered users a way to run a browser loaded to a specific web application."
- Oracle writes new OpenJDK rules
The H Open: "Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle has announced on his blog that he...has been drafting a set of OpenJDK community rules, or bye-laws, by which the community will operate."
- One year after Novell...
Dissociatedpress: "I'm usually big on milestones � anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, etc. But it wasn't until I was going to bed last night that it hit me: It's been a year since I left Novell and started working for myself full-time."
- Views and a Conversion
Koffice.org: "Back in July I blogged about the maturity of KWord. Or, more accurately, the lack of that. I attacked the problem head-on of why KWord is not really used for serious work. In this blog I want to revist the issue and show the progress made since then."
- Mandriva 2011 Delayed Due to Major Changes
OStatic: "Mandriva 2011 has been delayed primarily because of the team's major changes to RPM5. RPM5 is a fork of RPM, (Red Hat Package Management) which was currently at 4.8.1, that offers faster performance and fewer operational errors"
- Hands On Demo: iPad Linux Terminal
Linux Magazine: "After a quick session of Angry Birds, Senior Systems Editor, Ken Hess, gives us a tour of how you can turn your iPad into a handy Linux terminal."(video)
- Google: Bing Is Cheating, Copying Our Search Results
Search Engine Land: "Google has run a sting operation that it says proves Bing has been watching what people search for on Google, the sites they select from Google's results, then uses that information to improve Bing's own search listings. Bing doesn't deny this."
- Sieve through Photos with digiKam's Light Table Tool
Scribbles and Snaps: "Fortunately, digiKam provides a simple yet efficient tool that can help you to compare and analyze multiple photos side by side and pick the one you like most. The name of this wonderful tool is Light Table, and you can evoke it by choosing Tools � Light Table from the main toolbar."
- An anthropologist's view of an open source community
Opensource.com: "In the first session of FUDCon talks this past weekend, Diana Harrelson reported on her anthropological study of the Fedora community, which she used to find ways to sustain and grow an open source development community."
- Canonical & Dell bring private Ubuntu Clouds to Servers
ZDNet: "Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux has partnered with Dell to bring its Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) to business users on Dell's PowerEdge C2100 and C6100 rack servers."
- Review: LibreOffice beats OpenOffice.org by a whisker
LinuxDevices: "The new LibreOffice open-source office suite "proves that forking isn't always the kiss of death," says this eWEEK review. New features in the Linux-ready release -- including wider document format support, SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) import into Draw and Writer, enhanced presentation support, and an improved "save as" feature -- should give OpenOffice some robust competition."
- Create Your Own Ubuntu Packages with GiftWrap
Tech Source: "GiftWrap is a really cool tool that helps you create Ubuntu packages. Whether you are a system administrator or a package developer, you can use GiftWrap to make the installation of these apps easier for your users"
- Pardus 2011 Review
Desktop Linux Reviews: "It's been a while since I last took a look at Pardus and much has changed since then. The distro has been upgraded to Pardus 2011. Pardus is a KDE distribution created in Turkey by the National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology (UEKAE)"
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